As factory Fords, Ferraris, and Porsches tore up the tracks in pursuit of endurance racing glory in the 1960s and early 1970s, only one car gave privateers the chance to stand up to them – the Lola T70.
The T70 won the inaugural Can-Am championship in open-cockpit guise. The Mk3 coupe variant was
launched in 1966 for long-distance competition, with the Mk3B evolution introduced in 1969.The T70 Mk3 won 23 races over three seasons, including the Daytona 24 Hours in 1969, all powered by stockblock
Chevrolet engines of the type, which dominated the Can-Am and Formula 5000.
Now Lola Cars have announced a limited production run of new T70 Mk3B chassis eligible for the world’s major historic racing series. This is a genuine continuation of the original specification car by the original manufacturer, bringing the experience of the golden age of sportscar competition to a new generation of historic racers.
For full details, please click here or on the PDF link to download a specification sheet